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Motown/Kent (UK), 1969. New Copy
A never-heard album from this excellent Detroit vocal group – recorded for Motown at the end of the 60s, but appearing here for the first time ever – and compiled with lots of bonus tracks from the vaults! The Fantastic Four never hit the bigger heights of some of the big Motown male ... CD
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Kent (UK), Late 60s/Early 70s. New Copy
Loads and loads of great group soul sounds from the LA scene of the late 60s and early 70s – a mix of upbeat groovers and laidback harmony tunes that show that the west coast city was every bit as great at handling soul groups as the scenes in Detroit or Philly! Apart from The Whispers ... CD
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Ace (UK), Early 60s. New Copy
Two great early New Orleans soul singers – presented here in one of the best collections of their music we've ever seen! The first large chunk of the package is dominated by the wonderful Tommy Ridgley – a singer who's never gotten the longer-term due of artists like Lee Dorsey or ... CD
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Kent (UK), Late 60s. New Copy
Lost soul from a massively overlooked source – the mighty LA indie Double Shot Records, best known for their fuzzy rock classics, but also a hotbed of tripped-out soul! Given that Double Shot's 2 biggest artists of the late 60s were Count Five ("Psychotic Reaction") and Brenton ... CD
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Shrine/Kent (UK), Late 60s. New Copy
A seminal collection of rare soul from Ace/Kent Records – and one that virtually set the standard for all the countless obscure soul collections that have followed over the years! Back when Kent issued this one, folks had barely started to scratch past the surface for vintage soul – ... CD
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Kent (UK), Mid 60s. New Copy
Not "modernists" as in the kind you'd find in the art world – but instead "mods", of the sort that were the biggest proponents of soul music in mid 60s London! The package is a stellar array of rare soul tracks that all fit right in the best mod vibe that bubbled big for ... CD
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MoWest/Soulmusic.com (UK), 1972. New Copy
Thelma Houston's first album for Motown – and the start of a tremendous run of music in the 70s! The set's a great mix of modes – with vocals from Thelma that definitely show her roots in gospel – and rich, mature backings that give Houston the same sort of star treatment that ... CD
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Decca/RPM (UK), Mid 60s. New Copy
Great work from soul singer Ronnie Jones – an artist who was born in the US, but cut all of this work in the swinging London scene of the 60s – where he was obviously a very big addition to the mod scene! Ronnie's got a voice that's capable of a great range when needed, but which can ... CD
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Polydor/Secret, 1984. New Copy
One of the biggest breakout albums for Shakatak – an album that brought them strongly to US audiences with a sweet British blend of jazzy instrumentation and sultry soul! The album really holds up well over the years, and has a lot more legs than some of the other smooth fusion sets of the ... CD
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Philadelphia International/Big Break (UK), 1973. New Copy
A key moment for the Philly soul scene of the 70s – and the first album to feature the MFSB backing group as a solo act on their own! The ensemble were responsible for key sounds on countless soul singles of the time – yet also find a way to soar beautifully on their own – in a ... CD
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Mercury/Vocalion (UK), 1979. New Copy
A lost classic from Father's Children – the group's only album ever, but an impeccably produced set – thanks to the efforts of Wayne Henderson's At Home Productions team! The groove here is similar to that forged by Henderson over at Fantasy – soul, but inflected with plenty of ... CD
 



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